This campus-wide collaborative event recognizes exceptional young alumni who are achieving great success in their professional and personal endeavors.
The Board of Visitors promotes the College of Education by supporting the Dean, faculty and students. The group offers insight and recommendations on how the alumni and greater community can be encouraged to support these efforts.
The Distinguished Alumni Lecture honors an alumnus with an exceptionally distinguished career of outstanding scientific and scholarly contributions to kinesiology.
Bulldog 100 recognizes the 100 fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni.
Meet alumnus and Southern author Tom Poland as he reads from his latest book, "Georgialina: A Southland As We Knew It"
An evening honoring the college's most loyal donors and outstanding alumni.
Come learn more about autism's complex nature by attending Automatic for Autism's free moving screening and discussion panel.
Connect with fellow alumni from all over the country and find out about their experiences after UGA-where they are now and how they feel the College has helped them in their lives and careers.
Please join us for the Department of Kinesiology's annual Distinguished Alumni Lecture and Research Day!
Lab tours start at 1 p.m. Come take a tour of our lab spaces and see the recent renovations.
Gen. Maureen LeBoeuf's lecture, "Moments that Matter," will begin at 2:30…
In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will develop research-based teaching practices and take away powerful classroom ideas.
Join us as we honor 10 outstanding College of Education alumni and celebrate their achievements and contributions.
This year's IARGS Local Speaker Series features Dr. Thomas Crisp, assistant professor of literacy in Georgia State University's College of Education and Human Development.
In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will learn about the five principles for change, develop research-based teaching practices, and more.
University of Georgia's Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development program invites alumni, faculty, current and prospective students, and friends for a special night of learning, reconnecting, and networking